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A hybrid social governance Indigenous entrepreneurship model for sustainable development : the Gumatj clan innovation, Cecil Pearson

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A hybrid social governance Indigenous entrepreneurship model for sustainable development : the Gumatj clan innovation
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A hybrid social governance Indigenous entrepreneurship model for sustainable development
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the Gumatj clan innovation
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Cecil Pearson
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Discusses Australian government continuing commitment to Indigenous entrepreneurship as a healthy strategy for facilitating economic advancement and wellbeing of disadvantaged group initiatives that has had limited success; engaging mainstream entrepreneurship, which is framed on principles to deliver personal profit and exploitation of self-financial opportunity, is discordant with missions of non-profit, promotion of community good and allegiance to cultural sensitivities, which are dominant social features of remote Australian Indigenous communities; concept of social entrepreneurship challenges trational assumptions of economic and business development insted focuses on how well societal problems are resolved with innovative solutionas; entrepreneurial initiative integrating the two disparate perspectives is the central element of this paper. Challenges and the potential worth of this innovative Indigenous inspired commercial framework are discusses; reflects on Gumatj clan entrepreneurship model mand includes digram of Gumatji clan proposed entrepreneurial framework
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Pearson, Cecil A. L
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Helms, Klaus
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A hybrid social governance Indigenous entrepreneurship model for sustainable development : the Gumatj clan innovation, Cecil Pearson
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Bibliography: pages 90-94
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A hybrid social governance Indigenous entrepreneurship model for sustainable development : the Gumatj clan innovation, Cecil Pearson
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Bibliography note
Bibliography: pages 90-94
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volume
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rdacarrier
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text
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rdacontent
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unmediated
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rdamedia

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